The app can wirelessly upload the data to t:connect, meaning users won’t have to upload their pump data via cable anymore. I have 2 years to go on my 630G warranty, so if that gets lifted and the Tslim X2 becomes available, I MAY go back to tubes, but am torn. Doing stuff like setting my basals much higher at night (I often get difficult to predict spikes), giving pretty hefty extended boluses for meals I’m not sure about, giving a correction right before bed, all sorts of stuff I’d be nervous to do otherwise. So it’s not a universal problem. Sarah (a.k.a. Sugabetic) has lived with type 1 diabetes since 1988, when she was only 4 years old. Since then she’s managed her diabetes with multiple daily injections, the Disetronic H-Tron+ (which has since been discontinued), the OmniPod, the Animas Ping, the Medtronic Revel, and now, the t:slim. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use, Legal Notice and Privacy Policy. The PDA you use to control the Omnipod is fairly large and clunky, like a late 90’s PDA. I think I might wait for Basal-IQ to come along, but am not sure yet. Yes @Thomas, the source was a Canadian sales rep. Maybe wishful thinking on their part? The Omnipod VIEW ™ app lets up to 12 care partners view their loved one’s Omnipod DASH ™ … Tandem t:slim X2 Tandem is pushing out this pump as a solution for people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in multiple countries, advertising it as the smallest tethered insulin pump available on the market and highlighting features such as a touchscreen interface, a seamless software update process, and integration with the Dexcom G6 system. All pumps have their issues and we just get used to the ones we have to deal with. When I was using my Animas Vibe the tubing never bothered me, but now that I am tubeless I love it. The issue at hand is that after Tandem released the t:slim last summer, some new users started noticing something curious. Hier im Forum habe ich mir schon viele gute Tipps geholt, so dass ich jetzt zwischen der Tslim x2 und dem Omnipod dash schwanke. Also the pod only holds 200 units of insulin, so if you are someone that uses large amounts of insulin, the Omnipod may not be for you. I have also seen a lot of posts about occlusions with the t:slim, but I realize that a lot of what gets posted are complaints and that those complaints may be a small percentage of users. I love that it is tubeless! The basal IQ feature, first and foremost, is really awesome. We love our t:slim X2 !!! Many Part D plans (including the plans that have preferred access for Omnipod DASH®) are limiting Insulin costs to $35 a month. I really didn’t consider the Omnipod as an option because my top priority was the predictive suspend/integration with Dexcom, which Omnipod probably won’t have for a while. Is anyone else thinking about making this switch? We must be on a Lisa wavelength today. It’s true, I lived 41 years as a T1D without a pump, so I guess another few of years waiting for new tech that sounds amazing won’t be so bad. I… The high-tech appearance is modern with a full-color touchscreen. I get an occlusion alarm mayyyybe once every 2 weeks. I have heard from a few people but the source is always the Canadian Sales Reps. Based on what I have heard from Tandem Corporate - this sounds like two different stories. Anyone heard of this down the road? While Basal-IQ technology predicts and helps prevent lows, Control-IQ technology is designed to help increase time in range by predicting and helping prevent both highs and lows. My daughter is up for a new pump this summer and is sticking with T:Slim - she'll switch to the X2 when her warranty expires. What do you all prefer? I hate having to either stop what I’m doing during the day or wake up during the night to treat lows, and this feature greatly reduces that, I need to treat maybe 2 lows a week with actual carbs vs. like 2 a day (most of which I treated before they hit the low threshold, but still) before Basal IQ. No matter how hippie-chick I get, the sparkle will always draw me in. That post started with “After having been on the Animas Vibe for 3 years I had to start thinking about what would be next; the Omnipod, the Medtronic 630g (or maybe the t:slim X2 if it gets approved in Canada in 2018).” Yes. The Omnipod DASH® System simplifies insulin management management for people with T1D or insulin-dependent T2D. What to do…? Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by MCO222, Mar 1, 2017. 4 posts were split to a new topic: What is a pump band? It combines a tubeless, wearable, waterproof* Pod that provides up to 72 hours of non-stop insulin with an easy to use, touch-screen, Bluetooth®-enabled Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM) that looks like a normal smartphone. I’m happy with the Omnipod but am always looking for new opportunities! Maybe by then they will make an equivalent suspend on low for Omnipod? Sensor does not need to be changed for up to 180 days (claimed to be longer than other CGM Omnipod vs Tandem Diabetes Care PissedConsumer.com strives to provide consumers with the right information to make informed purchasing decisions. My endo doesn't like the Omnipod but I honestly believe it is due to lack of access to an Omnipod rep and an overly aggressive Minimed rep. It’s great data to have. Als Vater von zwei Kindergarten-Kindern wird bei… Now that I am using the Omnipod I realize how freeing it is to not have the tubing, but I would go back to the tubing if I decided that some new functionality would be very important to me. Medtronic has two new pumps with BLE that are undergoing testing. I think I kept it connected my first day of pumping, couldn’t stand the annoyance of having to fiddle with the tubing, and have disconnected ever since. ’ll end this by saying that if tubeless is a big priority to you then you’re probably better off with the Omnipod. Is anyone else thinking about making this switch? Those considering buying an insulin pump should consider not only the cost of the pump, including the monthly consumables, accessories and insurance but, importantly, how you will receive the required insulin pump centred care. Unclipping is easy if needed, but with a pump band, he doesn’t have very many reasons to do it. How time flies! Omnipod’s Horizon is a few years off in Canada, but I’ve lived 49 years with this disease and I’m sure another two or three waiting will just whiz by. I’ve been debating this same question the last few weeks. An insulin pump delivers tiny amounts of insulin into the blood throughout the day and night. With the possibility of not only connecting to Dexcom’s G5 transmitter, but being able to do so without sending in my pump for a replacement and without additional cost (as per their earning’s call), I really couldn’t see myself going with another insulin pump.It’s true – I haven’t had the best 4 years initially with Tandem, but after receiving … Maybe the Basal-IQ will come to Canada rapidly. Since the pumping community of FUD is somewhat dominated by pod people I thought I’d make a case for the t:slim. Current generation. It's almost totally eliminated lows and brought back my hypoglycemia awareness. From what I have heard, the approval by Health Canada of the Dexcom G6 and then basal IQ will not be too far off. My Omnipod or t:slim Possibilities. I absolutely love my Omnipod and being tubeless. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled. From WaltzingTheDragon.ca The following insulin pumps are currently licensed for use in Canada as of December, 2018 (in alphabetical order): Medtronic Minimed™ 630G Insulin Pump System Medtronic Minimed™ 670G Insulin Pump System (hybrid closed-loop insulin pump) Omnipod® Insulin Management System (by Insulet) Tandem® t:slim X2™ Also on the horizon but not yet available is … This site is published by T-1 Today, Inc. (d/b/a Children with Diabetes), a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, which is responsible for its contents. But it lasted about four seconds. This reduces hypoglycaemia (hypos) and can improve blood glucose levels. Back in January of 2018, I went off my Medtronic insulin pump that I wore for over 12 years and went back to MDI mixed with Dexcom. Omnipod vs tslim x2 So after nearly 11 years of injections, I've finally started to gravitate towards getting a pump. While the tubeless Omnipod is awesome, the tech in the t:slim is very worth it for me at this point. I wore the t:slim for a couple years before starting LOOP and I think I got only 1 occlusion during that entire time. @Beacher I like the way you think. It would be very nice to have that predictive low suspend overnight, but I am not sure that I want to have the tubing back. The Omnipod DISPLAY ™ app allows for a convenient display of Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM) data on the user’s smartphone as well as a “Find My PDM” feature. That is exactly what I conclude each time I think it through…tubeless is the top priority and biggest upside of using a pump for me. I see something shiny and I want it. It is very freeing not to need to worry about setting temp rates for exercise- … Now, we give her exactly what the t:slim calls for, and corrections usually seem to work on the first try. I also really liked the idea of the t:slim being “upgradeable” because it can be very frustrating to have to get a whole new pump to get whatever smart stuff they finally release. I know I have issues with any of the insulins after 2 and 1/2 days in my Medtronic pump. I need it. Right now the t:slim with the G5 would not give me any additional functionality. Children with Diabetes.com © 1995-2021 Children with Diabetes, Inc. All Rights Reserved. I know that I would love the basal IQ feature. I would love to solve that problem and get more uninterrupted sleeps. The tubing didn’t bother me at all and after a short time I didn’t even notice that it was there - it was just part of me. I’m that girl who really likes having the newest piece of technology. I think that feature would make a major, major difference in my life (right now every afternoon my commute home makes me low, so I end up suspending my pump manually and/or treating a low, or both…not having to deal with that as well as middle-of-the-night lows that I experience regularly would be amazing!). If anyone knows how to compare pumps, Miss Sugabetic definitely does. From what I have heard, the approval by Health Canada of the Dexcom G6 and then basal IQ will not be too far off. Omnipod is tubeless, but holds~200 units of insulin ca the T:slims 300. It’s good to hear that you are liking basal IQ. I like to keep my BGs on the low end and I often get woken up overnight for low alerts. I've used Omnipod and t:slim. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. I’m a big fan of the “Personal Profiles” thing on the t:slim also. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. It has a touch screen and is the thinest insulin pump on the market. The reason I ask is I am looking at the t-slim but I will not give up my Apidra so I did as much research as I could and found conflicting discussions on this issue. Thank you. I never realized how irritating it was to have to navigate all around the menus on other pumps to adjust for a sudden change in insulin sensitivity until I could just handle everything all at once. i went from a 630G Medtronic to the Omnipod at the suggestion of the JuiceBox Podcast and after being on it for a little over a month, I’M HOOKED! And I’m hooked on Dexcom G6, so refuse to use the equivalent Medtronic the 670. There’s a whole host of other reasons I’ve never been interested in the Omnipod but I won’t bore you with those since I know you like it. I love that Tidepool/Loop with be partnering with Insulet in the future, but what I don’t like is the time we will have to wait until we see something new from Insulet. My son just uses a pump band and never deals with pockets or other things. The basal IQ feature, first and foremost, is really awesome. It is working great for us. Thanks everyone for your input. If you have questions specific to each, let me know. I am still undecided, but I have more points to think about. Questions about our services? About a year ago I wrote a post entitled “From Animas to Omnipod - feedback after one month”. The dimensions of these two insulin pumps are compact and thin, which is great for when you want to carry it around with you. WE ARE FINALLY GETTING INSULIN PUMPS FOR THE GIRLS!!!!! ” It will be a hybrid of sorts, roughly half the size of the t:slim X2 pump and without any display screen at all. Even if you switched out the set after 2 and 1/2 days? I did have a Tandem rep come to my house a couple of weeks ago and the pump in the case hanging on my pocket did not excite me. I chose to go with Tandem again after closely following the arrival of their t:slim X2 insulin pump. It holds enough insulin for him and he likes the invisibility of his pods when he wears them near his waist band. I have one child on each. The T:Slim x2 is software updatable; they recently added Dexcom G5 integration, with the pot Ngoako to eventually add artificial pancreas/closedloop funxtionality later (hopefully). I have also seen a lot of posts about occlusions with the t:slim. 2005: Omnipod is launched—first tubeless (or patch) insulin pump—200 unit insulin capacity; 2009: Deltec Cozmo exits the pump market; 2012: Tandem, first touchscreen insulin pump, is launched—300 unit insulin capacity; 2015: Tandem t:slim G4 launched—first touchscreen insulin pump with continuous glucose monitoring is launched I worry how a very active 5 year old will do with the tubing though, is that something that can be ripped out while she's playing? Our website collected and compiled various consumer reviews about Omnipod and Tandem Diabetes Care as well as customer ratings and recommendations for these brands. The following insulin pumps are currently approved by Health Canada as of June, 2020 (in alphabetical order): Medtronic Minimed™ 630G Insulin Pump System; Medtronic Minimed™670G Insulin Pump System (hybrid closed-loop insulin pump); Omnipod ® Insulin Management System (by Insulet); Tandem® t:slim X2 ™ Insulin Pump (with BasalIQ™); YpsoPump (by Ypsomed) – Go to the … But to get a bit more on-topic, I’m using an Animas pump right now and plan to switch to the t:slim in the near future. About a year ago I wrote a post entitled “From Animas to Omnipod - feedback after one month”. Maybe by then there will be more news on where Insulet is with their new stuff. mylife OmniPod (Ypsomed Ltd**) mylife YpsoPump (Ypsomed Ltd) DANA Diabecare R (Advanced Therapeutics UK Ltd) DANA Diabecare RS (Advanced Therapeutics UK Ltd) A6 TouchCare® (Medtrum) Cellnovo (Cellnovo) CGM capability Eversense XL CGM system¥. I am sure that the occlusion alarms are just an idiosyncrasy of the t:slim. But if it was me, I would base my choice off what you have available now and discount anything you hear from any sales rep from any company. I currently have UHC which right now won’t let us use anything other than medtronic or omnipod supplies. @glitzabetes thank you for your input. If anyone makes the switch in the meantime (@Millz?) The t:slim X2 pump, Basal-IQ technology, and Control-IQ technology are indicated for use with NovoLog or Humalog U-100 insulin. Was it worth switching? @Jen when I was on the Animas Vibe I loved it. Joined: ... Danielle tried both the T:slim and the OmniPod and really did not like the tubed pump so she went with the Omnipod and it has worked out very well for her lifestyle. With the Omnipod, we would often have to give Bisi multiple corrections to bring down her BG, and we would often give much more insulin than the pump algorithm called for. December 3, 2018 December 5, 2018 Chris Stocker CGM, Insulin Pump, Insurance. Bigfoot and Sooil have BLE in their current pumps, Tandem has BLE in a pump in development, and Omnipod has BLE in their current pod and a future one. The biggest and most welcome surprise is that her glucose control seems to be better with the t:slim X2 than with the Omnipod. The t:slim x2 has kept up with technology, allowing for updates of existing features by downloading them from the company's website. We would love for you guys to help us decide which pumps we will be getting for the twins. let me know! Has anyone already switched from Omnipod to t:slim X2 and is using basal IQ? The things that I did not like about the Omnipod in my original post are a thing of the past - it’s amazing how quickly we adapt to things. She is very active in dance and tennis. Most people in the UK who have […] We like that the Omni pod has no tubing but are a little worried about the fact that if the remote is lost we can't give insulin. Hallo zusammen, ich bin momentan auf der Suche nach einer passenden Pumpe. I may also wait until basal IQ and the G6 are approved. When I’m trying on new clothes (or changing clothes in general), I just disconnect the pump. As appealing as predictive suspend is, and as much I want it like yesterday, it’s not tubeless. Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by MCO222, Mar 1, 2017. The only available pump with Dexcom G6 ® CGM integration, the t:slim X2 insulin pump can be ordered with one of two different technologies to help manage type 1 diabetes. The app mirrors the information from the pump, including Dexcom CGM trends, insulin on board, recent boluses, and basal rates. @Millz, great minds think alike! It doesn’t bother my son at all. That’s the problem - I am not sure how big of a priority tubeless is for me. We just can’t imagine tubing after being tubeless and enjoying the freedom that brings with it. Did you actually get issues with Apidra? Occlusions started occurring. While I'm not quite ready to take the leap yet, I've narrowed my pump choices down to the Omnipod and tslim, but I'm having trouble deciding which one would be best for me. t:slim X2 insulin pump: The t:slim X2 insulin pump with interoperable technology is an alternate controller enabled (ACE) pump that is intended for the subcutaneous delivery of insulin, at set and variable rates, for the management of diabetes mellitus in people requiring insulin. A lot can happen in 2 years though. Unless I see something that suggests I actually have an occlusion or get another occlusion alarm in a short amount of time, I just hit “resume insulin” right away and nothing seems to go wrong. ). During this past year, I’ve had ups and downs with loving and hating MDI. I really like the idea of suspend on low and could really use this! In four years, her and I have never regretted her choice. @Lisa My son is right at the 4 year mark on pods and has no intention of changing. I always wonder if these things just don’t bother me, or if I disconnect more than other people? For me it’s just not an issue. Thanks to some awesome forum members, we have tried the Omnipods, and didn’t find them to our liking. Omnipod vs Minimed I love the idea of no tubing and the ability to put it on my arms among other new places. I rarely end up being able to swing said item, but I’m super attracted to new and shiny. My favorite saying is, “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.” We love Omnipod and short a fully functional closed-loop system or a cure for Diabetes (or Liam wanting to take a pump break and go MDI temporarily) I don’t think we’ll ever switch to anything else. It seems to me that if the tubing gets “kinked” in some way that can sometimes trigger the occlusion alarm. Insulin Pump Review; Omnipod, Tslim, and Medtronic 670G. We are going to be getting my 5 year old daughter a pump but are having a difficult time deciding beyween the tslim or Omni pod. I have heard from a few people but the source is always the Canadian Sales Reps. Any insight is appreciated, thanks! When I think about the t:slim I keep remembering what it was like to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night with my Vibe, and what it was like trying on pants when I went shopping. That would be great. t:slim X2 The tSlim is by far the most modern looking insulin pump. The Basal-IQ is way better than anticipated. Insulin pumps are costly items but may be possible to fund for some households. Thanks @glitzabetes for sharing the details as to why you prefer the Tslim. Want to learn more about the Omnipod DASH System? I love that Tidepool/Loop with be partnering with Insulet in the future, but what I don’t like is the time we will have to wait until we see something new from Insulet. I’ve been pumping for 16 years and 0 of them have been tubeless, I am quite unbothered by the tubing. We just can’t imagine tubing after being tubeless and enjoying the freedom that brings with it. Anyway, I have some time to think about it because the G6 and basal IQ are not approved in Canada yet. The occlusion alarms are kind of annoying but I’ve found that they’re mostly false alarms. Check My Coverage Pod shown without the necessary adhesive. For the bathroom, I just temporarily clip the pump to my shirt and then move it back to my pants/pocket when I’m done. MCO222 Approved members. I stayed on MDI for several years before starting pumping because I was pretty sure I’d hate the tube, but when I actually got a pump (to solve the dawn phenomenon) even from the first day of pumping I really didn’t notice the tubing. @ClaudnDaye … I also agree with the mantra “if it isn’t broken”! Tslim vs Omni pod? With the tslim it would always be attached to her and I also like that you can reuse the reservoir so it seems there would be less insulin waste than with Omni pod. That post started with “After having been on the Animas Vibe for 3 years I had to start thinking about what would be next; the Omnipod, the Medtronic 630g (or maybe the t:slim X2 if it gets approved in Canada in 2018).”. (USA) 877-735-3648 Outside the US: 001-610-642-6055 Her BG, as shown by her Dexcom, seems to be more even. I can also be more aggressive without fear while the Basal IQ is running. I keep thinking about automatic suspends overnight though…. It’s something to look forward to if I decide to go with the t:slim. I was so sad when Animas went out of business. Basically it combines all of the things that can be dependent on the time of day (basal rates, insulin to carb ratio, correction factor, target BG) and lets you create profiles for different scenarios. Apidra vs. t:slim? As the only tubeless insulin pump currently available, Omnipod has differentiated itself in the marketplace. Tandem is in the process of launching a smartphone app for its t:slim X2 pump. I’ll end this by saying that if tubeless is a big priority to you then you’re probably better off with the Omnipod. Choice is a good thing. And her excursions out of range seem to be shorter. Well the t:slim X2 was recently approved and my Animas warranty just expired, so I am now free to purchase another pump via insurance. My son loves his T:Slim and Basal-IQ is better than I would have ever thought possible. 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